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A SYSTEMATIC REGISTRY

In order to de-congest overcrowded registries, the Judiciary is procuring 28 shipping containers that will be refurbished for use as registries.   The fully equipped and furnished containers will   improve storage, retrieval and tracking of court files and make service delivery in the justice system more efficient and effective.  These refurbished registries will give effect to the newly developed registry operation manuals that guide the organization and operation of a registry to ensure that it is systematic, efficient and transparent.  A well-organized registry will assist in the reduction of incidences of loss of files and will be the foundation for automation of court related documentation.   Court Registries are a critical step on the ladder to justice in the Courts as they capture and store the information that forms the basis of all the cases in Courts.  The twelve (12) containers for the High Court and sixteen (16) for the Magistrate courts constitute an essential interface between the public and the justice delivery system. Courts cannot undertake their duty of hearing and determining cases in a timely and efficient manner without an efficient registry.

Refurbished Court Registry at Kakamega Law Courts

Inside the Refurbished Court Registry at Kakamega Law Courts

Files inside the Refurbished Court Registry in Kakamega Law Courts

Archives  room at  the Refurbished Court Registry in Kakamega Law Courts

Refurbished  Court Registry at Kakamega Law Courts

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